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In January 1917, a British column including the Light Armoured Car Brigade with Rolls-Royce Armoured Cars and three Light Car Patrols, was dispatched to Siwa. On 3 February, the armoured cars surprised and engaged the Senussi at Girba, who retreated overnight. Siwa was entered on 4 February, un-opposed but a British ambush party at the Munassib Pass was foiled, when the escarpment was found to be too steep for the armoured cars. The light cars managed to descend the escarpment and captured a convoy on 4 February. Next day the Senussi from Girba were intercepted but managed to establish a post the cars were unable to reach and then warned off the rest of the Senussi. The British force returned to Matruh on 8 February and Sayyid Ahmed withdrew to Jaghbub. Negotiations between Sayed Idris and the Anglo-Italians which had begun in late January, were galvanised by news of the Senussi defeat at Siwa. At Akramah on 12 April, Idris accepted the British terms and those of Italy on 14 April.

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以下のとおりお答えします。英伊軍に対するセヌッシの敗北を述べています。 >In January 1917, a British column including the Light Armoured Car Brigade with Rolls-Royce Armoured Cars and three Light Car Patrols, was dispatched to Siwa. On 3 February, the armoured cars surprised and engaged the Senussi at Girba, who retreated overnight. Siwa was entered on 4 February, un-opposed but a British ambush party at the Munassib Pass was foiled, when the escarpment was found to be too steep for the armoured cars. The light cars managed to descend the escarpment and captured a convoy on 4 February. ⇒1917年1月、数台のロールスロイス装甲車と3台の軽巡回車付の軽装甲車旅団を含む英国軍の1個縦隊が、シーワに急送された。2月3日、装甲車がジルバのセヌッシを急襲し、対戦すると、彼らは一夜で退却した。2月4日、シーワに入ると、対抗者はなかったが、1団の英国奇襲兵がムナシブ通路で行く手を阻まれた。というのも、その絶壁が装甲車にとって急勾配すぎると分かったからである。軽車輌はどうにかして絶壁を下り、2月4日に1個車隊(輸送隊)を捕縛した。 >Next day the Senussi from Girba were intercepted but managed to establish a post the cars were unable to reach and then warned off the rest of the Senussi. The British force returned to Matruh on 8 February and Sayyid Ahmed withdrew to Jaghbub. Negotiations between Sayed Idris and the Anglo-Italians which had begun in late January, were galvanised by news of the Senussi defeat at Siwa. At Akramah on 12 April, Idris accepted the British terms and those of Italy on 14 April. ⇒翌日、ジルバから退却したセヌッシは妨害されたけれども、どうにかして車が到達できない陣地を設立し、それからセヌッシの生き残り兵に連絡をとった。2月8日、英国軍はマトルーフに戻ると、サイード・アーメドはジャグブブに退去した。1月末に始めたサイード・イドリスと英伊軍の間の交渉は、シーワでのセヌッシ敗北の知らせによって一気に進んだ。アクラマでは、イドリスが4月12日に英国の条約を受け入れ、4月14日にイタリアのそれを受け入れた。

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